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If, during an investigation under WSSC 9.30.090 or 9.30.100, the Inspector General finds that reasonable grounds exist to believe that a crime has been committed, the Inspector General or designee shall:

(a) Promptly refer the matter to an appropriate prosecutor;

(b) Make all pertinent evidence available to the prosecutor; and

(c) Send to the employee believed to have committed the crime a notice that:

(1) States the alleged criminal violation;

(2) Notifies the employee that the matter has been referred to a prosecutor;

(3) Advises the employee of the employee’s right to obtain counsel; and

(4) Advises the employee of the employee’s right to refuse to respond to the allegation if a response might be incriminating. (Document dated July 1, 2020)